Benign Tumors, Moles, Birthmarks, & Cysts

Benign Tumors, Moles, Birthmarks, & Cysts

Dermatofibroma

Dermatofibroma are non-cancerous growths, known as nodules, which develop on the skin. Generally dermatofibromas occur mostly on lower legs, upper arms or on the back.

What are the Symptoms?

  • A bump that occurs below the skin
  • Growth may appear in purple, grey, pink or red and may change overtime
  • Generally painless, but may cause itchiness and/or inflammation
dermatofibroma and mole removal

Vascular Malformations

Vascular malformations are caused due to abnormal growth of a single vessel or a combination of vessels. These develop even before birth and may not show any symptoms until adolescence, pregnancy, surgery, trauma or injury.

Treatment options may include one of the following:

  • Embolization
  • Laser Therapy
  • Surgical Intervention

Arterial ulcers are the result of irregular blood circulation and can cause serious complications if untreated. Seek immediate medical help if you notice any of the symptoms